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David Rokeah


David Rokeah, is professor emeritus of History of the Jewish People at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem. His research interests include antisemitism, the Church Fathers and the Jews, relationships among pagans, Jews and Christians, and the Second Temple – Mishnaic and talmudic period. He is the author of some 25 books on the subject.
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